Linkin Park took a little heat earlier this year when Sublime With Rome's Rome Ramirez accused someone in the band of narcing on them to police at a radio festival in Tucson for smoking weed at the show. While a police report does back up some of Rome'
Linkin Park have been quiet of late, but with good reason. The band has been hard at work in the studio on their next album and Mike Shinoda has checked in via his website with an update on the progress of their upcoming disc and he's even offered a timeline for its release.
Linkin Park are one of the top bands when it comes to giving back via charitable efforts, as their Music for Relief organization has helped get communities around the world back on their feet after natural disasters. Giving their fans a more tangible idea of what Music for Relief does, the band's latest video follows Mike Shinoda as he travels to Haiti.
With their new disc ‘Living Things’ currently sitting pretty at No. 1 on the Billboard charts, Linkin Park seem to have the golden touch. Now the band is taking that success and branching out into software with a new collaboration with Dell and Open Labs.
The new Linkin Park album 'Living Things' arrives in stores this Tuesday (June 26) and fans may be quick to notice there's at least a hint of a return to the guitar sounds that populated their first two records.
Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda recently blogged about his desire for the band's fans to hold off on the urge to just hit download and listen to the new 'Living Things' album alone through your computer speakers, longing for the days when a new disc was an event that was shared among friends.
To help brighten the holidays of those in need, Linkin Park are asking fans and supporters of their non-profit organization Music for Relief to make donations to help provide a solar powered light bulb to families in Haiti. Around 1.3 billion people in the world have no access to electricity, and cannot continue to work, study or provide healthcare after dark.
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